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Scott Kurtz
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Hope everyone that is going has a safe and productive SDCC. Good luck everyone!
The dangers of falling in love in today’s PvP - pvponline.com/comic/2014/07/…
Starting with the pilot, i’ve not watched one episode of Rockford where someone doesn’t tell Jim he has 24 hours to get out of town.
@pvponline I could bring a couple hundred people to crowd into your home office touch all your stuff and then ask who you are.
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Oh my god. I’m not on a San Diego bound flight tonight for the first time since 2001. This is so bizarre.
We jump back to the table in today’s brand new @tabletitans - tabletitans.com/comic/winter-o…
Jeez. Cell phones were GINORMOUS in the 70s. pic.twitter.com/Nk03OtYjUf
I’ve finally gotten to a point where I feel really strong about the way I’m drawing PvP. Only took sixteen years. Nailed it.
Today’s PvP has one of my favorite titles of all time - pvponline.com/comic/2014/07/…
Cory likes oatmeal enemas.
Drawing, iced tea, half a Sammy and Jim Rockford. vine.co/v/M2nPqKvOU3w
We’ll be playing tonight. The guild is small but everyone who’s joined so far has been really great. #wildstar
If you’re interested and want to play casually and have fun, whisper Prixis, Ciebo, Greysteel or Aggie. We’re all inclusive. We kick jerks.
Our @WildStar guild the Galaxy Questers is looking for PvP readers who want to play with us on Avatus (exiles).
Remembering the greats in today’s PvP - pvponline.com/comic/2014/07/…
.@DandyGeek I’ve come to accept and love what it’s become. Mostly because other cons are booming simultaneously. And good for artists.
I hope to attend SDCC again in the future to network, party, and meet with peers. You know…enjoy it again.
But I don’t need to be there to sell kids tee shirts, and plushes. They don’t care it’s from my comic. They just like the blue guy. You see?
SDCC is about brands more than artists. It’s big and bombastic and about swag and media and pop culture. Which is great. That can be great.
For the record, I’m not anti SDCC. We still have a booth there. But the con shifted and attendees don’t stop to see me or discover new work